Eight days later

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Eight days later, Elizabeth discovers that Proctor spoke to Abigail privately while in Salem. Elizabeth  and Proctor argue over this. Mary Warren comes home from Salem where she is serving as an  official of the court, and gives Elizabeth a poppet (doll) that she made for her while sitting in the  courtroom. Mary Warren tells Proctor that some of the girls accused Elizabeth of witchcraft, but the  court dismissed the charge because Mary Warren defended her. Hale arrives at the Proctor house and questions Proctor about his poor church attendance. He asks  Proctor to name the Ten Commandments. Proctor names nine successfully, but he forgets the  commandment forbidding adultery. Hale questions Elizabeth as well. Proctor reveals that Abigail  admitted to him that the witchcraft charges were false. Marshal Herrick then arrives and arrests Elizabeth. Earlier that evening, Abigail feels a needle-stab 
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